New Rules Archive

JCAR Meeting Canceled Today

Your phone calls made a difference! JCAR HEARING CANCELLED Thank you to everyone who made phone calls today. The JCAR Hearing has been cancelled due to lack of votes in favor of the rules. Do not drive to Lansing on Wednesday morning. Please spread the word.   This will set the stage for Senate Bill [&hellip

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3rd JCAR Meeting March 26th!

PLAN TO ATTEND WED. MAR 26 8:30a.m. 3rd JCAR HEARING ON RULES As expected, the JCAR Committee has scheduled another hearing on the rules for Wednesday March 26, 2014 at 8:30a.m.  No new rules are available yet, but when and if we have access to them, they will be sent along. Unlike last week’s hearing, [&hellip

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Report: MGCB Pays Consultant to Evaluate Charity Poker Rooms in MI

Late in 2012, the Michigan Gaming Control Board (MGCB) hired World Wide Casino Consultant George Joseph to evaluate 6 charity poker rooms in Michigan and report back his findings.  Joseph went to two small, two medium and two large rooms and played black jack and poker while observing how the rooms operate.  His report to the [&hellip

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MGCB Public Hearing reg: Proposed Changes Nov 22, 2013

MGCB Schedules Public HearingNovember 22, 2013 9:00a.m.-11:00a.m. Plan to Attend! Please plan to attend!  If you, yourself, cannot attend, please find someone from your organization who can.  This is the only hearing that will take place in front of the agency that drafted the proposed rules.  It is a critical part of the rule making process.  The [&hellip

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Call to Action: Letters to the Editor –

Call to Action: Letters to the Editor So many charities have helped the fight against the new rules by writing letters to their Senators and Representatives.  Thank you! How can you help today?  Write a letter to the editor! Now is the time to submit your letters to the editor expressing your support for regulated millionaire party [&hellip

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JCAR Hearing – Proposed Rules from MGCB

Today, at our State’s Capital building, the Joint Committee of Administrative Rules (JCAR) held a meeting to get a head start on the proposed changes from the Michigan Gaming Control Board (MGCB).  While this was not normal procedure, it was JCAR’s hope that they could learn more about the proposed changes due to how quick [&hellip

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